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2016 BP Selection Guide

Blood Pressure Monitoring System
DUO ultima D40

Key Features

    AVG

    AVG Technology (Automated Averaging of 3 Measurements) conducts THREE measurements within TWO minutes to provide the most accurate and reliable final average test result.


    IRBIRB (Irregular Rapid Beat) Technology: a technology with high precision to detect pulse irregularities during the measurement. It alerts the user of any unusual spikes, patterns and trends for further check-ups with a doctor, but it is not a substitute for a cardiac examination.


  • No Coding Required: reduces errors and enhances the accuracy while performing the blood glucose test
  • Safe Strip Ejection: protects you from infection, which also eliminates any hand contact with the test strip
  • Pre & Post-meal Recordings: distinguishes the blood glucose test data from pre and post meal in order to improve the control over your blood glucose level
  • Clear & Wide Screen View: provides comfort for people of all ages and eyesight quality when reading the results
  • Accuracy by International Protocol: clinical accuracy of the device is further guaranteed by the ESH validation
  • PC Link (via USB/ Wireless) for Data Management: analyses your test results in a more detailed way by wired and wireless transmission of data anytime from your FORA D40 monitor to the FORA HealthCare Management System software on your PC
  • Designed by ForaCare Switzerland
  • Memory of up to 864 tests with dates & times
  • 7,14, 21, 28, 60, 90-day averages
  • Tiny Blood Sample: 0.5 uL
  • Quick Result within 5 seconds
  • Less Pain by AST (Alternative Site Testing)
  • Support FORA TeleHealth System

Specification

Basic Features Sample Size (μL) 0.5
Test Time (seconds) 5
Enzyme Type GOD
Code No Coding
Hematocrit Range 20~60%
BG Measuring Range 20~600mg/dL (1.1~33.3mmol/L)
Advanced Features Accuracy of Pressure ±3 mmHg or ±2% of reading
Accuracy of Heart Rate ±4% of reading
BP Measuring Unit mmHg or KPa
Pressure range 0 - 300 mmHg
Heart rate range 40 -199 beat per minute
Systolic Measurement Range 55 mmHg -255 mmHg
Diastolic Measurement Range 25 mmHg -195 mmHg
Pulse Rate Measurement Range 40 -199 beats / minute
Irregular Rapid Beat (IRB) Detection Yes
 3 Times Average Function (AVG) Yes
Auscultatory Mode -
Hi/ Lo Indicator (Sys 140/ Dia 90) Yes
Number of Users 4 users
PC-Link Memory 864 sets
Talking Function Yes
Strip Ejection Yes
Strip Feed Light -
Daily Alarm -
AST Yes
Ketone Warning Yes ≧240mg/dL
AC/PC in Memory Yes
QC Record Yes
Day Average 7/14/21/28/60/90 days
LCD Backlight -
PC Link D40a: USB
D40b: USB+ BT
D40g: USB+ GPRS
Specification Power Source

AA*4 alkaline batteries

AA*4 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries

Rechargeable Li-Ion

Battery*(special order) External DC 6V

Power Saving 3 minutes (normal mode) or 5 minutes (RF mode)
Dimension (mm) 147 x 105 x 80
Weight (g)- Batteries Excluded 400

 

How To Use (Blood Glucose)

Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “” →flashing “” with date and time
1. Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “http://www.foracare.com/usa/images/icon-strips.gif” → flashing “http://www.foracare.com/usa/images/blood.gif” with date and time. 2. Hold the pre-set lancing device firmly against the puncture site. Press the release button to obtain a drop of blood.
Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “” →flashing “” with date and time
3. While "http://www.foracare.com/usa/images/blood.gif " is flashing on the display, touch the absorbent hole on the tip of the test strip to the drop of blood until the confirmation window is completely filled. 4. After the meter counts to 0, your test result will appear along with the date and time and will be automatically stored in memory.

How To Use (Blood Pressure)

Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “” →flashing “” with date and time
1. Sit down for at least 10 minutes before measuring. 2. Place your elbow on a flat surface and relax your hand with the palm facing up. The red line on the edge of the cuff should be approximately 0.8 to 1.2 inch (2 to 3 cm) above your elbow.
Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “” →flashing “” with date and time
3.Apply the appropriate pressure cuff and make sure that the cuff is at the same height as your heart. 4.Arrange the tubing over the main arteries on the inside of your arm. Press  to start.
Insert a test strip to turn on the meter. The sequence of LCD displays is: “CHK” and “” →flashing “” with date and time
5. Measurement is in progress: Start inflation → SStop inflation when the cuff pressure is enough → Cuff pressure deflates steadily. 6. The monitor will display the systolic pressure, diastolic pressure, and heart rate alongside the date and time. Press  to switch off.

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